High School Sports Roundup for Jan. 15, 2013
January 15, 2013 11:34PM
Ridgewood 52, Argo 46: Jalyn Turner scored 17 points and Dustin Krob 13, but it wasn’t enough as Argo (7-10) fell short in Summit.
Evergreen Park 80, Eisenhower 67: Host Evergreen Park prevailed behind Morgan Murphy’s 24 points and Tony Weathersby’s 18 in a South Suburban tilt. Nick Curta led Eisenhower with 14 points.
Oak Forest 68, Bradley 50: Tom Shute poured in 17 points and David Gray added 15 to help Oak Forest improve to 7-11 on the season.
Shepard 71, T.F. South 67 (OT): Devontae Armwood (16 points), Jacob Littleton (15) and Londell Lee (12) carried host Shepard (9-6, 3-4) to the South Suburban win.
Illinois Lutheran 62, Gardner-South Wilmington 55: Collin Borns scored 20 points, while Austin Wood and Mack Newsom added 17 and 12, respectively, to lead Illinois Lutheran in the River Valley Conference.
Brooks 45, Ag. Science 44: Kate Patnett registered 13 points, 12 rebounds and five blocks for Ag. Science (16-3, 8-2), which dropped the Public Blue South match on the road.
Shepard 51, Reavis 39: D.J. Williams scored 13 points to lead Shepard to the South Suburban win in Burbank. Katelyn LoRusso led Reavis with 14 points.
Thornwood 58, Thornton 45: Janeah Stewart’s 14 points helped Thornwood take down Thornton in the SouthWest Suburban match.
Oak Lawn 64, Richards 55: LaTondra Brooks (18 points), Jannah Mahmoud (13) and Brooke Annerino (12) led a balanced attack for host Oak Lawn in the South Suburban Red tilt. The win improved the Spartans to 14-4 overall, 7-1 in conference. Georgia Danos led Richards with 25 points and Sydni Tears added 10.
Stagg 53, Lincoln-Way North 50: Revi McMahon scored 24 points to lead Stagg (14-3, 7-0) to the SouthWest Suburban Red win. Casey McMahon and Alexa Janus added 12 and seven points, respectively, for the Chargers. Valen Manns had 25 points and nine rebounds for Lincoln-Way North (16-3, 5-2).
T.F. South 45, Lemont 37: Kaitlin Togtman (13 points), Kameron Dickens (11) and India Pierson (11) all reached double figures for T.F. South in the South Suburban game in Lansing. Maddy Bermejan led Lemont (12-7) with nine points.
Hillcrest 74, Tinley Park 63: Dana Gettis exploded for 29 points to lead Hillcrest to the South Suburban Blue win in Country Club Hills. Tanzania Sherrill added 18 points and Mariam Awoniya 14 points and 13 rebounds for the Hawks (15-4, 8-0). Diamond Beatty led Tinley Park (15-7, 6-2) with 29 points and Caitlin Sudduth added 10.
Andrew 48, Lincoln-Way West 38: Molly Franson (19 points) and Nicole Dominguez (11) combined for 30 points to lead Andrew (13-4, 5-2) to the SouthWest Suburban win.
Oak Forest 47, Bremen 22: Kelly McEathron led a balanced Oak Forest attack with 11 points in the South Suburban win in Oak Forest. The Bengals improved to 10-8, 6-2.
Homewood-Flossmoor 82, Joliet Central 24: Jaiveonna Norris and Jayla Barrett had 12 points each to lead Homewood-Flossmoor to the SouthWest Suburban victory.
Evergreen Park 43, Argo 34: Megan Beckow registered 12 points, while Nicole Larkin and Megan Pfister added 10 apiece to help host Evergreen Park (8-10, 4-4) record the South Suburban win. Nariman Jaber paced Argo with 16 points and 10 rebounds.
Lockport 62, Joliet West 35: Destiny Hollins (12 points), Naomi Mayes (11) and Anna Novak (11) led a balanced Lockport effort in the SouthWest Suburban match in Joliet. The win improved the Porters to 7-8, 3-4.
Eisenhower 1,571, Shepard 1,397: Mayte Martinez registered a game-high 201 and high series of 392 to lead Eisenhower in the South Suburban match at Burr Oak Bowl in Blue Island.
Rich South 1,769, Rich East 1,010: Rich South’s Leionne Knox had high game of 230 and teammate Salest Steward earned high series with a 382 in Southland competition at Lakewood Bowl. The Stars improved to 9-2 overall, 4-0 in conference.
Reavis 1,575, Argo 1,538: Argo’s Stephanie Koc (189) and Nicole Marrotta (365) had high game and series, respectively, in a losing cause at Elmar Bowl in Bridgeview. For victorious Reavis, Ashley Kouba rolled a team-high 188 and Maryssa Meskill a team-high series of 344.
Oak Lawn 1,421, Oak Forest 1,381: Oak Lawn’s Shannon McGuire registered high game (213) and high series (351) in the South Suburban match. For Oak Forest, Erica Bergstrom had high game (189) and high series (323).
Evergreen Park 1,670, Richards 1,249: Elan Page racked up high game (222) and high series (395) for Evergreen Park (10-3, 4-0) in a South Suburban Red match at Bleekers Bowl.
Lincoln-Way North 1,879, Andrew 1,763: Kayle O’Brien led Lincoln-Way North with a 279 game and 483 series in a SouthWest Suburban match at Orland Bowl. Ashley Sparrey rolled a team-high 237 game and 452 series for Andrew.
Lincoln-Way Central 1,629, Stagg 1,564: Lincoln-Way Central notched the SouthWest Suburban win.
T.F. South 1,792, Hillcrest 1,507: Shannon Pollard registered a high game of 243 and high series of 391 to lead T.F. South to the South Suburban victory at Brunswick Zone in Homewood.
Lockport 2,152, Bolingbrook 1,719: Megan Szczepanski racked up a high game of 256 to lead Lockport to the SouthWest Suburban win at AMF Lanes in Bolingbrook.
Bremen 1,554, Tinley Park 1,526: Lindsey Baker rolled a team-high series of 345 to lead Bremen to the South Suburban win at Centennial Lanes. Tinley Park’s Alyssa Spiess had overall high series with a 347. The Titans fell to 10-4, 3-2.
Joliet West 1,838, Lincoln-Way East 1,630: Rachel Tobolaski rolled a team-high series of 365 for visiting Lincoln-Way East in the SouthWest Suburban.
Contributing: Pat Disabato